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|Harelands, 5 Willsmere Road, Kew VIC 3101: asking $12-$15 million|
Davies House, Kew (former names: Harelands, Blamey House) was built in 1903 for W.H. Davies. It is a comprehensive example of the hipped form of Federation house executed by leading architectural firm of Ussher and Kemp. The building stands on a prominence and was designed to take advantage of its exposed position.
Entry is via a regal reception hall and the lower level features a drawing room with oak panelled ceiling.
Eaves (with exposed rafter ends) run round the house, and there is a rumpus room and a wine cellar.
Rich Arts and Crafts oak panelling, bay windows, superb leadlighting, and elegant open fireplaces reveal themselves as you step into the regal reception hall.
This magnificent property built in 1905 captures stunning views of the Derwent River, viewed from many of the rooms and large balconies and verandahs.
The main house was built around 1905 and has pretty bay windows, high ceilings and original fireplaces. A wraparound veranda is perfect for entertaining and yacht gazing. There are four bedrooms, the master with water views.
|Cooinda, 3707 Channel Highway Birchs Bay, Tas|
Occupying a sublime position on the edge of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel, this fully renovated Federation residence is the epitome of Vogue country living.
|Cooinda 3707 Channel Highway Birchs Bay, Tasmania|
The main family room impresses with size, floorboards and broad windows that bathe the space in light.
The dress circle address, 26 Wattle Street, was for sale for offers over $15 million being sought by Deborah Cullen from Unique Estates, but finally sold for $12 million.
The Federation house at 26 Wattle St is known as “Ballernoo” and spans across more than 4000sq m on two titles.
|Ballernoo, 26 Wattle Street, Killara NSW|
Croydon is a magnificent tuck-pointed Federation Queen Anne home with period grandeur and contemporary luxury.
|27 Kinkora Road Hawthorn VIC, sold for $4,095,000|
A grand Federation c.1908 home privately set on 3,128sqm of lavish park-like gardens cascading to a tennis court and pool and capturing uninterrupted city skyline views.
A grand Queen Anne Federation home, Dunleigh c1909 showcases exquisitely renovated interiors, restored period detail and peaceful harbour views. Impressively positioned on the high side of the street
|Waimea House, 42-44 Waimea Avenue Sandy Bay, TAS 7005|
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Waimea House, a Federation Arts and Crafts-style residence in Sandy Bay, sold for a record $8.5 million in 2011 to investment banker Greg Woolley.
A magnificent Federation Arts and Crafts style mansion with a floor area of 657 sqm, an inground pool, tennis court, beautiful views and expansive gardens. Reflecting opulence, charm and period elegance, with sophisticated formal entertaining rooms and 5 bedrooms.
|Waimea House, a trophy Hobart residence|
Waimea House, a trophy Hobart residence that made headlines last year when it sold for $6.06 million to former Sydneysiders Piers Dawson-Damer and his wife, Kim, has quietly traded for a much higher figure and established a Tasmanian residential price record.
The Dawson-Damers bought Waimea House from the prominent Nettlefold family, who had owned it since 1948.
|Waimea House, a Federation Arts and Crafts-style residence in Sandy Bay, sold for a record $8.5 million|
Waimea House has been bought by Sydney property developer Piers Dawson-Damer and his wife Kim.
Waimea was sold by prominent Hobart family, the Nettlefolds, who then sold $1 million-plus of its contents through Mossgreen Auctions.
Located in Essendon's best street in Essendon's prestigious Windy Hill district, this solid-brick showpiece presents an aspirational lifestyle.
|Lugano, 17 Victoria Square Ashfield, NSW 2131, sold for $4.4 million|
Built for former Ryde alderman William Thomas Rabone, the property became a regular hangout for the King of Tonga Taufa’ahau Tupou IV when he was at Newington College, before the Rabone family sold it in 1967.
The 1912 Federation home of Hugh Fraser at Cremorne Point has been sold after being listed for sale with $3.65 million and $4 million price guidance.
|Dragonfels, 20 Iredale Avenue, Cremorne Point, NSW, sold for around $4 million|
Home of renowned architect and author Hugh Fraser, 'Dragonfels' c1912 is enhanced by an award-winning restoration to reveal an exquisite blend of period craftsmanship and contemporary luxury.
|Dragonfels, 20 Iredale Avenue Cremorne Point, NSW 2090|